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DIAS, Andrezza Sisconeto Ferreira  and  NEVES, Anamaria Silva. The constitution of the violent marital bond: case study abstract. Vínculo [online]. 2014, vol.11, n.1, pp. 8-15. ISSN 1806-2490.

This article analyzes the establishment of the violent marital bond from the understanding that the marriage bond, in addition to the gender issue, involves the emotional dynamics of the couple. In this study, the interviewed couple has been invited to take part in the investigation, from the inclusion of the same in an NGO (nongovernmental organization) that caters to people who experience domestic violence. Two open interviews using a trigger issue towards the development of the same have been made. The adopted theoretical referential is based on the psychoanalysis, psychoanalysis link, and psychosocial studies. Interpretative analyses have pointed to a link established from romantic idealization and on mutual projections of fullness and perfection which led the couple to frustration and to the strong experience of the desidealization and disenchantment. The conflict of the individual X conjugality and family Constitution were also elements that have contributed to violent emotional dynamics. Such a configuration link has opened ways to the violence, which has been established since the beginning of the marriage plot. It becomes important the look to the intersubjective dynamics of the couple, once it indicates to be relevant to think of those elements for the understanding of the phenomenon addressed.

Keywords : Domestic violence; intersubjective bond.

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